Although Shanghai Disneyland and Disney Springs at Disney World have started to go through their reopening processes, all parts of Disneyland Resorts have remained closed indefinitely to guests.
Although Disneyland hasn’t made an official announcement about reopening yet, dining reservations in Disneyland aren’t available until July.
As Disneyland considers its options for reopening in a safe way, they have currently updated their website to confirm things will be limited when they do reopen.
The parks have also extended tickets’ expiration dates. Previously, the Southern California Resident Ticket had a “day-by-day” extension for the each day the parks were closed. However, the dates have been listed as extended through December 16th, 2021 with blackout dates on November 21st-28th, 2020; December 19th, 2020- January 10th, 2021; March 26th-April 11th, 2021; July 4th, 2021; and November 20th-27th, 2021.
The Child Ticket was extended from December 15th, 2020 to December 16th, 2021. Guests who started to use their ticket between February 28th and March 13th, but didn’t finish using the days listed on it will receive the 13-day extension period on the ticket through December 16th as well. Blackout dates include December 19th, 2020-January 10th, 2021; March 26th-April 11th, 2021; July 4th, 2021; and November 20th-27th, 2021.
And, the Canadian Resident Ticket and Australia/ New Zealand Resident Ticket have been extended from May 31st, 2021 to December 16th, 2021. Ticketholders that didn’t get to finish using their allotted dates will receive the same 13-day extension as the Child Ticket.
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